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To watch the past tour, click “add to cart” and complete the payment. You’ll receive the video link to watch the recorded live tour.

What is Japan Online Tour?

Discover online live tours, guiding you to the far corners of Japan!

Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, many people cannot go abroad freely nor visit Japan.

So, We are now offering live entertainment showing you the current scenes of Japan and taking you on live tours somewhere in the country each time!

On each guided tour, you will feel like you are traveling all around Japan but from the comfort and safety of your own home.

Your guide conducts each tour from the venue on live.

You can even ask the guide questions in realtime via chat!

To join the tours, purchase each tour and you’ll receive a url link to join the live tour by email.
(To ask/comment during the live tour, you will need to have a YouTube account)

There is a monthly subscription option as well. Once you join the membership, you will be invited to a closed Facebook Group where you can access to all the upcoming Live Tours and Past Tours. 

So, don’t worry, even if you miss a live tour. You can always catch up later at your convenience.

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Have you been itching to travel but the pandemic has left you stuck at home? Don’t worry, you can still satisfy your travel lust. Technology has allowed us to explore the world virtually and it is easier and more convenient than ever before. If you have Japan in mind, Japan Online Tour offers you a wide variety of virtual tours through our engaging and experienced local guide. Japan Online Tour is the leading hub that takes you on a fun and exciting journey without the hassle of booking your flight, packing your luggage and going through tedious airport security. All you need to do is sit back and relax in the comfort of your own home. You can even invite your friends to join our Japan virtual travel tours and create memories together as you discover a new culture. Forget your worries and bring your curiosity as we immerse you in the unique and best virtual tours in Japan.

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Has social distancing left you feeling disconnected? Are you tired of the usual movie night or endless scrolling through your social media feed? Our virtual travel tours offer you an engaging way to explore new places in Japan and meet other people along the way. Perhaps you are feeling a bit nostalgic from your last Japan trip? Then come join us at Japan Online Tour, the guided virtual tours and you can relive the fun moments and special memories you have experienced before all the travel bans have been put in place. We take you around bustling cities and the idyllic countryside. Our local guide will introduce you to interesting facts and hidden stories behind each destination. From lesser known nature spots to exquisite beaches, we capture the charm of every place that is worth visiting. Our in-depth look into various aspects of Japanese culture will give you new insights and a deeper understanding of Japanese history and its people. If you are an adventure enthusiast or thrill-seeker, you can expect that we go beyond the usual places of interest offered by other tours. Come expand your horizons and bring back the magic of travel as you explore Japan from home online.

During our online Japan tour, we use top-notch equipment to ensure we maintain the quality of our Japan live tours. We seek to make the experience as realistic and authentic as possible. We take you walking, hiking, driving or taking part in activities as if you were with us in person. To get a glimpse of what’s in store for you, please subscribe and browse our past tours. To stay updated on upcoming tours, please sign-up for our newsletter by registering from the right top of this page. What are you waiting for? Travel to japan online with us by subscribing today. We hope to see you soon!

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